Are you studying science, technology, engineering or math? Even if you’re not majoring in a STEM field, you can still join the STEM club. Membership is free and any student can join at any time.
The STEM club promotes interest in science, math, technology and engineering and provides career guidance and guest speakers from within STEM fields.
Every semester STEM takes several field trips with one being overnight in the spring semester. Example field trips are going to the Palo Verde Nuclear power plant, Lockheed Martin facility, Honeywell facilities, JPL (NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab) in Pasedena California, La Brea Tar Pitts in Los Angeles, Kitt Peak Observatory in Tucson and BioSphere II.
As a member of this club, you’ll also have the opportunity to hear from several guest speakers per semester and enjoy movie and pizza days.
Does this club sound like a great way to have fun and jump start your career? Read answers to some common questions and figure out if you have the time and money to be involved:
How much time will it take to be in this club?
Meetings are every Friday at 2 p.m. in MA 126. If you attend every meeting, you’ll spend about 1-2 hours per week on STEM club activities.
Does it cost money?
Nope! There are no costs involved with being a STEM club member.
How large is the club?
Right now, the club has about 40 members.
Where can I find more information?
You can “like” the STEM club Facebook page or email Dr. Kim Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can always just attend the next meeting and try it out!